“Give your mom a big hug,” a stranger told her daughter. “She’s doing the Lord’s work.”
21-year-old Becca Mayo and her mom, Susan have a pretty awesome relationship. Becca is currently a junior at the University of Minnesota, and her mom lives in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Susan is not the biggest fan of President Trump and she isn’t shy about her feelings.
Susan told BuzzFeed News she thinks he’s
“an embarrassment to America” and that he has “no clue what he was getting himself into” with running a country.
While Becca was in class, she received a text saying that she was registered to attend an upcoming Trump rally. Becca was incredibly confused, but the confusion faded once her mother texted her.
Her mom explained that she’d been trying to sign as many people up that she knew for the rally “so there’ll be empty seats.” Therefore, the automated text about the Trump rally…was her mother’s doing.
“It seriously made me realize how much I’m like her because this is some next-level petty that I would 100% also think of doing,” Becca said of her mom.
The ‘Twitterverse’ responded to the odd scam!
give your mom a big hug. she's doing the lord's work
— [redacted] (@wineyundergrad) April 26, 2017
This is the most incredible thing I've ever seen in my entire life
— Maddie Pope (@WhoIsMadeline) April 26, 2017
Both Susan and her daughter are not really worried about President Trump seeing the stunt on Twitter (as he is very active on the social network site). They simply figure Trump will block them and move on.
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